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IlartaH ..... LET'S GET PEISONAL -- report your outof4own trips and guests regularly' " Your friends and relatives enjoy reading these little items and your hosts and guests appreciate your eourte/ in reportingthem ' "!l  Mr and Mrs Alvin Stewart and family spent Christmas with the Alfred Stewarts at Oelwein and with Arbie Schroeders at Postville. Mr and Mrs Jim Sea were among guests at the parental Dale Zea home in Denison, Christmas day. Mr and Mrs Gene Gaer went to the Omaha airport Tuesday to get her sister, Mrs Grace Sleister of Seattle, Wash. She will spend the holidays with her mother, Mrs Florence Welch, at the Memorial home and with her sisters and families, the Glenn Zimmermans and Gene Gaers. Spending the Christmas vacations at the Wayne Bauerle home are their children, Brian, a student at the Univ. of Kansas, Mr and Mrs Charles Glanz and Gerrett of Western Springs, Ill. and the Bruce Bauerles and daughter Shannon of Fort Collins, Colo. Mr and Mrs Richard Sprague of St. I,ouis, Mo., will arrive Wednesday to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr and Mrs Emmert Petersen. Mr and Mrs Alvin Stewart and family were in Fort Dodge last weekend to attend the wedding of. Mrs Stewart's brother, Ken Schroeder of Manly to Ruth Larsen of Fort Dodge. Mr Stewart served as an usher, Keith as ring bearer, Kevin and Crai as gift carriers, and Mrs Stewart assisted with serving at the reception. Mr and Mrs Charles Schnack and Tami of Ames will arrive Wednesday to spend the Christmas weekend with their parents, the Lloyd Nelsons and Alvin Schnacks. Guests for the Christmas holidays at the Fritz Logeland home are his sister and husband, Mr and Mrs Harold Distel of Hutchinson, Minn. Spending the holidays with their parents, the Jake Mores, are Mary Louise More of Denver, Colo. and Mr and Mrs Robert Baker of Chicago, Ill. Christmas eve guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Gordon Paulk were Messrs and Mmes R. E. Vinton of Blair, Earl Mc- Caustland, Douglas and Kristen of Monticello, Stephen Paulk of Iowa City, Elmer J. Norgaard and Ed Fosby of Harlan. Mr and Mrs Forrest Brouhard and Sandra left Tuesday evening by plane for San Bernardino, Calif., where they will spend the holidays with their daughter and husband, Capt. and Mrs Tom Ackerman. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Thomas of Lincoln. Neb. are spending two weeks with her parents, Mr and Mrs Kermit Marcussen. Mrs Marcussen's mother, Mrs Fred Petersen of Council Bluffs is also a guest for the holidays. Mr and Mrs Roy Baron took her sister. Mrs Howai'd Remein of Minoqua, Wisc. who had spent the weekend in their home, to Atlantic Monday evening to the home of Mr Remein's parents. She then accompanied them to the home of her daughter and husband. Mr and Mrs Jim McCay in Chicago, for Christmas. They will be joined there by Mr Renmm and other members of the family. Mr and Mrs Willis Towne, Randy and Billy left Wednesday to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Brynjulson at Canton, S.D. The Townes will also accompany the Harlan Band to Dallas, Tex.. as chaperones. Randy and Billy are members of the band. Dale Jensen of Tacoma, Wash. spent a few days with his mother, Mrs Martha Jensen. He had flown to Mason City, to purchase a motor home and was enroute to his home. He planned to visit his daughter, Cheryl Jensen at Aspen, Colo. Sunday visitors with Mrs Jensen were the Wayne Jensens of Sioux City and Harold Shupes of Atlantic. Miss Dolly Plumb flew to Mitchell, S. D. last week, where she was joined by her fiance, Rex Piercy, going on to Aberdeen, S. D. to attend a wedding of college friends. Mr and Mrs Andrew Boysen, Martha and Andy Jr. of Cedar Rapids, and Spec. 5 and Mrs Michael Hart of Independence, Mo. arrived at the home of their parents, the Harold Boysens s Friday for a visit. Mr and Mrs George Clausen ent Christmas day with their son and family in Omaha, the Robert Clausens. Mr and Mrs Joe Semrad left Wednesday morning for Brookings, S. D. to spend Christmas with their daughter4n- law and grandson, Mrs Robert Semrad and Rex. Lt. Robert Semrad is serving in Viet Nam. Mr and Mrs W. H. Mc- Williams, Joel and Craig of Omaha spent Christmas with Mrs McWilliam's mother, Mrs John Kelley and her sister, Nina. Guests at the John Sawin home for the holidays are her parents, Mr and Mrs G. L. Isenee. They are enroute from their summer home at Park Rapids, Mich. to Mexico, where they will spend the remainder of the winter. Mr and Mrs Marvin White and family spent Christmas eve with her parents, Mr and Mrs Gordon Cross,at Mondamin. They will spend Sunday with his parents, the Arthur Whites at Thayer, Ia. Mr and Mrs Hugh Allen, Brad, Aria and Matt of In- dianapolis, Ind. are spending the holidays with his mother, Mrs Lafe Allen. Mr and Mrs Max Brodersen of David City, Neb. spent the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Brodersen. A guest for Christmas day was Arthur Fredricksen, Mrs Brodersen's father. Mr and Mrs Terry Eagen and Todd were Christmas eve guests with his parents, the Dale Eagens at Exira. They spent Christmas day with her family, the Harlan Larsens at Goldfield. Carolyn Plumb of Los Angeles, Calif. arrived Christ- mas day for a visit with her parents, Mt and Mrs Oris Plumb, who were Christmas dinner guests at the home of their son and family, Mr and Mrs Galen Plumb. Ensign and Mrs Dwight Satchell of Lincoln, Neb. spent the Christmas holiday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Max Plumb. Upon their return home, Ensign Satchell will report for duty in Dan Diego, Calif. Mrs Satchell will remain in Lincoln where she is in nurses training. The Kemper Booths were also dinner guests of the Plumbs Christmas day. Beth Bauerle, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wayne Bauerle, par- ticipated in the "Make it yourself with wool contest" held in the state room at Fort Des Moines, Dec. 12-13. She was awarded 5th place of all district Iowa winners. The contest was open to the public with a banquet held Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Bauerle accompanied their daughter and attended the event. Weekend visitors at the Terry Eagen home were Mr and Mrs Charles Minerman of Menominee, Mich. Christmas day and dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Gilbert Hanson at Kirkman, were Messrs and Mmes Earl Doonan, Bennie Hanson of Harlan, Ronnie Doonan and Trent of Kirkman, Orrin Hagglan of Des Moines and Mrs Tina Jacobsen of Harlan. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Gary Klindt and Jody of Red Oak. Spending the Christmas holiday with Mr and Mrs Russ Gould and Graham were Mr and Mrs Jim Gould and John of Lake City and the Floyd Hess family of Omaha. Mr and Mrs Ray Sorensen, Laurie and Eric of Cedar Rapids spent the Christmas weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs W. T. Scroggins. Mr and Mrs Carroll Mitchell and family of Waterloo, arrived at his parent's home,Wednesday, for the Christmas holiday. them on Christmas day Joining for dinner were the Paul Mitchell L, family of Avoca, Robert Miller family of Council Bluffs, Miss 1 Sheryl Nelson of Chicago, Ill. and Richard Mitchell of Council Bluffs. Donovan Carl and Dianne Ward of Mason City were Christmas eve and Christmas day visitors of his parents, the Herb Carls. Ellen Christensen was a Christmas dinner guest. Mr and Mrs Bud Mitchell were guestst for the Dec. 21 weekend, of Mr and Mrs Herbert Gaff at Kansas City, Mo. They went especially to attend the wedding of their hosts' son, Larry Gaff to Patty Miller on Sunday afternoon. SALAD SMORGASBOARD FOR CONDITIONING CLASS +Persia -- The conditioning and-reducing class for women finished the 10-week course on December 1. Instructing the class was Jan Elliott, girls' phys. ed. instructor at T-C. Lynn Langholz, Leah Ingwersen, Francis Vogt, and Nancy Larson assisted Mrs Elliott. Awards for greatest weight loss were presented to Bunny Tiarks, Monika Albers, Lucille Olsen, and first place trophy went to Ilo Tolle of Persia. The class held a salad smorgasboard following their regular meeting Monday night, Dec. 8. Later the "Hair House" of Council Bluffs presented a wig demonstration. Models were Jewel Thomas, Nancy Warsen, and Mrs Bill Masker. The make- t@ demonstration was given by Lois Kenealy and June Kundell. Models were Kathy Torneten and Judy Hornbostel. Guests for Christmas at the C. W. Richards home were the Dennis Knowlton family of Laramie, Wyo., Sharon Richards and her fiance, Peter Swarm of Omaha. The Knowltons left Sunday for their return trip horn e. Mrs Minor Havick en- tertained her family at Christ- mas dinner. Present were Messrs and Mines Dallas Havick and David, Melvin Dinesen, Amy and Nancy, all of Harlan, also Gene Havicks of Red Oak and Mr and Mrs John Havick and Ann of Decorah. Robert Havick of North Hollywood arrived by air Wed- nesday and will return to his home after New Years. Guests at the Henry Coenen home for Christmas eve ,were the Kenneth Coenens of Woodbine and the Ray Coenen family. Christmas day guests were the families of Walt Rauterkus of Dunlap, Henry Coenens, Jr. of Woodbine, and Raymond Stracke. Out of town guests at the home of Mrs Viola Thielen were her daughter Alice from New York City, who is employed at the New York University Hospital, and Gary of Long Beach, Calif., a student at California State College. Harlan Newcomers Mr and Mrs Andrew, Son- dergaard are retired. They moved from the farm near Corley to 1008 Elm St. +++ Gerry Schulte moved from Earling to 2307 7th Street. He is employed by Knudsen and Sons. +++ Mr and Mrs Jim Musich live at 912 Laurel. They came here from Panama and he is employed by Harlan Builders. +++ Gary Jahn is employed by Farm Service Co-op. He formerly lived at ManiUa and moved to 810v2 Victoria. +++ Alice Erickson of 2210 6th St. is a ward clerk at Myrtue Memorial Hospital. She has two children and moved here from Omaha. +++ Robert Birt is employed by Tree Trimmer Ray Comes Co. He came from Omaha and lives at 40,5 4th St. +++ Linda Baker is a ward clerk at Myrtue Hospital. She moved here from South Carolina and lives at 621 Court St. Mary Coenen came here from Defiance to 510 Stowe Court. She is an L.P.N, student. +++ Janet Drake is an. L.P.N. student. She moved here from Red Oak and lives at 510 Court St. St. Paul's Episcopal Church- Rev. Ernest C. Biller, Rector Sunday, The Second Sunday after Christmas --- Holy communion 8a.m. Church school 9:15 a.m. Holy communion and ser- mon 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, feast of the Epiphany -- Holy communion (Chapel) 7:15 a.m. Holy communion 10 a.m. Wednesday -- Holy com- munion (Chapel) 7:15 a.m. Earling News By MRS ALEX ESSER Jake Ohlinger and fiance Kathleen Malone of Council Bluffs were Friday evening visitors of Joe Hermricks. Sr John Mary of Dubuque arrived Tuesday to spend the week with her sister Mrs Peter Heese, also visiting other relatives in the area. She plans to stay until Monday. Gene, son of Mr and Mrs Vern Gaul at St John's school at Elk Horn, Nebr. is spending Christmas vacation with his parents Mr and Mrs Vern Gaul. Mark Koesters, student at St. John's School at Elk Horn, Nebr. came home Friday for the holiday's with the Louis Koesters family. A Home Mass was celebrated at the home of Misses Marie and Bertha Heese in Council Bluffs celebrated by Rev Maurus Kennedy of St. Peter's Parish. Among those attending were Sister Leta, Mrs Chas. Heese, Mrs Joe Reischl, Mr Vince Heese, Mrs All Graeve, Frank Heese and Mr and Mrs Zeno Blum. Miss Kathy Sullivan of Mount St: Scholastica, Atchinson, Kan. and Miss Margaret Mary Sullivan of Briarcliff College in Sioux City are spending the holiday vacation with the Robert Sullivan family. Miss Lora Bissen of University of Northern Iowa, at Cedar Falls arrived home Friday for Christmas vacation with her parents, Gerald Bissen family. Mrs Alex Esser and Alma accompanied Peter and Marie Heller of Dunlap Sunday evening to the Irvin Heller home at Irwin where they were evening dinner guests. Sr. M. Gloria arrived Saturday evening from Red Bluff, Cal. via plane Saturday evening and was met at Eppley Air field by her .mother Mrs Alf :;:Hees, Dr Rex Heese, Fay and Jay,, Sr Gloria will spend Christmas vacation with her mother and brothers, Dr Rex Heese and family. Later this week Dr Glen Heese and family of Emporia plan to come for the weekend. Mr and Mrs Joseph H. Heller of Fort Madison visited briefly with Mrs Alex Esser and Alma, as they were en route to Dunlap for Christmas season at the Joe Heller home. Lisa Marie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jack Kenkel, born Dec. 11 was baptized Sunday Dec. 21 at St Joseph's church. Godparents were Denny and Marie Kenkel. Tom Leuschen, sophomore at Briarcliff College is home for holiday vacation with the Joe Leuschen family. Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Gerald and Jack Gaul honoring Lisa Marie on her baptism were Mr and Mrs Dennis Kenkel and children and the Alfred Kenkel family. Mr and Mrs Leonard E. Erlbacher visited with Mrs Merrill Stolz at the Harlan Hospital Saturday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests of Richard Koesters were Mrs Leonard J Erlbacher and Dick; Mr and Mrs Owen Heese and children, Art, Nettle and Frank Koesters. Mrs Richard Sondag, Carol, Ed and Patty of Portsmouth were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr and Mrs Francis Heese and Mr Frank Heese. Evening visitors were Joe M. Bissens. The Leonard Graeve family spent Sunday evening with Mrs Graeve's mother, Mrs Win. Feser in Omaha. Mrs Jack Weiland and children of Roanoke, Texas arrived Monday and will spend the holidays with Mr and Mrs John Weiland and with Mrs Weiland's parents Mr and Mrs Henry Wageman at Defiance. Daniel Joseph, infant son of Mr and Mrs Donald Trierweiler of Dow City, was baptized at St. Mary's church at Dow City, Monday evening. Godparents were Mr Dan Gross and Mrs Phil Trierweiler. Mr and Mrs Joe Hermrick visited with Mrs Lena Feser at Defiance Tuesday morning for a pre-Christmas visit. Mr Donald Kohles spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs John O Kohles. Mr and Mrs Gene Weis and children and Mrs Pauline Reischl, also Mr and Mrs Joe Heischl were among family members at a pre-Christmas family gathering and Christmas gift exchange at the Norbert Reischl home in Omaha Sunday. Mr and Mrs Henry Thieman and Kim of Omaha were Sunday dinner guests of the Francis Heese family. They also visited with Mrs Cecelia Kramer. Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Vic Finken were Mr and Mrs Jerry Finken and Jill Marie, Duane Finken of Harlan and Ronald Buckleys. Mrs Denny Kohles and infant daughter returned from the Harlan Hospital Saturday. The little miss was born Tuesday Dec. 16. Mrs Donald Trierweiler returned to the Harlan hospital last week. Daniel Joseph, infant son of the Trierweiler's, Jacqueline and Tommy are being cared for by their grandmother Mrs Werner Gross. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Weiland and daughters of Omaha came Monday and are spending Christmas and the weekend with Mr and Mrs John Weiland. Terry Weiland of Min- neapolis arrived in Omaha via plane Thursday evening for the Christmas holiday. He returned to Humboldt Institute Jan. 4. Mr and Mrs John Weiland met their son at the airport. Friday evening visitors of Mr and Mrs Leonard Graeve were the Charles Graeve family of Omaha. LITTLE FLOWER HAVEN Mrs Mary Heffernan entered the Denison hospital during the past week for medical treatment. Mr Henry Graeve entered the Harlan hospital last Tuesday for medical treatment and ob- servation. Mrs Ann Chamberlain re turned from the Harlan hospital Sunday after several weeks hospitalization for medical treatment and observation. Ten piano pupils played a recital of Christmas numbers at the Haven Sunday afternoon, THE COTTON BOWL BOUND "K Watch the Cyclone Marching "K Band on CBS TV between HHS MARCHING BAND 9:30-10:30 A.M. New Year's Day, participating in the Cotton Bowl Parade. MIKE'S CO-OP HARLAN, IOWA Farm Service Co-op LEENELSON   JI]I]I]I]KJK* th. A6th S.t, Harkm BAND DIRECTOR , , , , , , , L Dinner guests at the Harold Benoit home for Christmas dinner were their children and families, the Jamie Benoits and Lanny Benoits, all of Creston and Mr and Mrs Larry Knudsen and family of Vail. PAGE 4 Harlan, Ia. News Advertiser Mort. rng, I)ec. 2, 1 Phone 755-3111 SQUEALER AWARDS... S Co. President Al Krogstad (right) service awards to these men recently. O.M. Juhler, five years; Lawrence years; Sheldon Howerter, 10 Page, 15 years; Harold Brensel, 20 Ken Parkhurst, 25 years. wi three duets, and piano solos. For most it was their first recital. "i'ne students are pupils of Mrs Alex Esser. A bus load of students from Panama grades, 2 to 5 en- tertained the residents at Haven Saturday afternoon. A group from grades 5 to 8, from St Mary's at Portsmouth were at the Haven Friday coming via school bus and both groups had Christmas programs. Sunday evening a youth group from the Defiance Methodist Church entertained with Christmas carols. Sister Virginia and Sister Margaret Mary, accompanied by about 40 girls and boys sang cards at the Haven Monday evening. Darrell Blum, freshman at University of Northern Iowa, came home Friday to spend holiday vacation with his parents Zeno Blum family. Mr and Mrs Dale Friesen of Council Bluffs and Mrs-Bill Rosman of Omaha were Wed- nesday visitors of Mrs Cecelia Kramer. Mr and Mrs Bill Fuhs and children of Portsmouth were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs Cecelia Kramer. Mrs Cecelia Kramer ac- companied Mr and Mrs Dale Friesen of Council Bluffs to ENROLL N Defiance Friday for of Mrs Rose MIM P White and colors. case of ]0 reams a discount. Harlan Classes will be held evenings starting January 15, 1970 in Harlan Community Schools. 23 COURSES TO CHOOSE FROM Send Enrollment fee of $2.00 to the Harlan Community Schoo by January 5, 1970. In order to determine interest in the classes, the enrollment must be completed by January 5 deadline. Tuition fees will be due the first evening classes are held. All will hold their first meeting on January 15 at 7:30 P.M. in Harlan High School. Future clas schedule and hours will be determined at this meeting. Every attempt will be made arrange a class schedule that will be convenient for a majority of the class members. Adult education classes are available to all persons 16 years of age or over who regularly enrolled in a day-school program. No grades will be given unless the class : Jot ooIlege :reclU. SEND YOUR ENROLLMENT FEE NOW! CLASSES THAT DO NOT HAVE SUFFICIENT INTEREST WILL BE DROPP Mail to: Harlan Community Schools, Adult Education Department, Harlan, Iowa 51537 Larye R. Johnson, Director HARLAN COMMUNITY SCHOOLS ADULT EDUCATION Yes! Here is my $2.00 enrollment fee for a 1970 adult e class. I wish to enroll in: (check one or more) Note: Fees listed with each course are in addition to the 12.00 enn [ Advanced Clothing Construction [no tuition fee) Drivers Training (tuition $2S.00) Basic Education (no tuition fee) Medical Self.Help (no tuition fee) Basic Mechanical Drawing (Tuition $6.00) [ Bookkeeping (tuition $6.00 - text $6.001 [ Dog Obedience Training (tuition $6.00) [--7 Fundamentals of Art (tuition $6.00)  Furniture Re-Upholstering (tuition $6.00 - tools $$.001 -- High School Equivalence (tuition $6.00 - test $S.00) Men's Recreation 6:00 to 7:00 Tues. & Thurs. (tuition $6.00) [--7 Men's Recreation 7:30 to 9:00 Thursday (tuition $6.00) -1 Seminar in Contem I I British Literature (tuition $6.00) Shakespeare (tuition $6.00 [ Shorthand (Be (tuition $6.00. Text $6.251  Typing (beginning) (tuition $6.001 [ Principles of Investment (tuition $6.00) Welding (tuition $6.00) College Credit Courses From Iowa Western Community College FEES: Fifteen dollars per credit hour, SS.00 matriculation fee and text. The enrollment fee is not required for college credit courses. Elementary Mathematics 10:903 Credit Hours Intermediate Algebra 10:100 3 Credit Hours General Psychology 40:100 3 Credit Hours Educational Psychology 40:202 3 Credit Hours Child Psychology 40:211 3 Credit Houri A complete description o each course will be plled upon request. Name Phone Address